How to Air Out Furniture after a Flood

Posted on: 10 July 2015

One of the most frustrating possessions to be damaged during a flood is your furniture, especially your upholstered furniture. If you do not take proper precautions to get rid of all of the water inside of the upholstery immediately, then mold will form and your furniture will not be usable. Here are the steps that you need to take in order to make sure that your furniture is not permanently damaged.
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Troubleshooting Frequent Sewage Pump Noises With Simple Solutions

Posted on: 6 July 2015

The sewage pump that you have in your septic system may be tucked out of sight, but when it starts to have issues, there is no way it will be out of mind. A failing sewage pump almost always starts making noises before it completely fails and as a homeowner, learning to recognize these noises and what they could mean could save you a lot of time and money down the road.
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Four Choices You Have For An Alternative Septic System For Your Home

Posted on: 27 May 2015

If you need a septic system for your home, a conventional system may not always be the best choice. Once you have a soil test done, you may find out that you cannot have a conventional system installed due to things like high water tables and poor soil quality. In these circumstances, there are alternative septic systems, which can be aerobatic systems, self-contained systems and mound systems. If you need a different type of septic system for your home, here are some of the choices you may want to consider:
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2 Ways To Ensure That Your Septic Tank Lasts For A Long Time

Posted on: 3 April 2015

A septic tank system is a great thing to have, especially if you live in a rural area that does not have access to a municipal sewer system. However, a septic tank can be damaged quite easily if it is not properly taken care of. Two ways to ensure that your septic tank lasts for a long time are to have it pumped regularly and to only flush septic-safe items.
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